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    Cheers folks, it was the figures stance that hooked me in the first place.Picked up loads of figures cheap this summer to use as armatures while practicing my technique.

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    New feet,leg shackles and base all started,found this to be the most taxing so far,still a little tweaking needed.
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    Yep,sculpted already,just needs gluing in then eyelids sculpting over.

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    Looks great. Nice & smooth. The gross mouths have a lot of character.
    Is that Fimo you’re using?

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    I'm using Apoxie Sculpt SaintToad,apart from the heart which was sculpted from Super Sculpey. Eye,eyelid,tongue,holes in shackles,heart in left hand and head morphing from right elbow added today.
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    Looks amazing! I can just imagine that heart still dripping with ooze as he lumbers towards another poor soul

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    Venom to Gnasher screamer conversion finished.Loads of nice rotten skin texture added, plus a coat of liquid Green stuff to tie it all together.
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    Giant Treeman in Apoxie sculpt well under way.
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    Nolzur's Frost Giant smashed in with a few hours break from sculpting.
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    Dude, so much awesomeness in this thread! I love the screamer, super cool.

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    Great stuff. I shall be following that tree monster with interest.

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    Wow I love the fur!

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    OK ,on with the Treeman sculpt.Struggled a bit with direction and headed for the conversion fodder drawer to find something for the upper body. Settled on a werewolf action figure from the Dr Who series. Boiled and popped the legs and tail off then used wire from a coat hanger to join it to the legs using a two part epoxy glue.The base is thin MDF which has been stacked for more depth and extra sculpting of the roots.My plan at this stage is to keep the abdominal articulation and disguise it with an overhang on the upper body.
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    Really nice work and clever use of action figures as a sculpting tool. Enjoying the Instagram updates as well.

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    Cheers Hairster.The action figures are a great way of saving time building armature and also save money on clay.I pick them up at boot fairs for next to nothing. I find the articulations allow me to play around with position too before deciding on the final pose.

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    Got some shape into the base using the Dremel and added two soft edge rocks to match the one under his right foot.The abdominal area and hips were also built up.Trimmed the top of the torso with the Dremel to allow for the build up of clay. The top will cover the join and allow a bit more interest in the build.
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    You're sculpting keeps improving. Nice start on the treeman.

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